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sqlanywhere_fetch_object (deprecated)

object sqlanywhere_fetch_object(  resource result_identifier  )

This function is deprecated. You should use the following PHP function instead: sasql_fetch_object.

Fetches one row from the result set. This row is returned as an object that can be indexed by the column name only.


result_identifier   The result resource returned by the sqlanywhere_query function.


An object that represents a row from the result set, or FALSE when no rows are available.


This example shows how to retrieve one row at a time from a result set as an object. Column names can be used as object members to access the column value.

$result = sqlanywhere_query( $conn, "SELECT GivenName, Surname FROM Employees" );
  While( ($row = sqlanywhere_fetch_object( $result )) ) {
        echo "$row->GivenName \n";   # output the data in the first column only.
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